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Thursday (Oct. 28)

Zephyrhills Christian 38, IMG Academy Blue 0

The Villages 31, Wiregrass Ranch 29

Hernando 29, Sunlake 7

Friday (Oct. 29)

Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna 37, Lakewood 6

Gibbs 41, Anclote 12

Pinellas Park 37, Boca Ciega 14

Land O’ Lakes 19, Osceola 7

Calvary Christian 61, Cambridge Christian 21

Clearwater 49, Dunedin 28

Clearwater Central Catholic 38, Fort Lauderdale Calvary Christian 23

Hollins 26, St. Petersburg 7

Largo 64, Leto 0

Northeast 21, Seminole 12

Carrollwood Day 42, Bradenton Christian 14

Shorecrest 40, Ocala Christian 32

Tampa Catholic 63, Halifax Academy 0

Gulf 10, Tarpon Springs 6

Canterbury 62, Academy at the Lakes 18

Keswick Christian 45, Marco Island Academy 3

Bloomingdale 36, Bradenton Manatee 14

Wesley Chapel 41, Cypress Creek 13

River Ridge 43, Freedom 14

Armwood 20, Wharton 13

Sumner 35, Riverview 20

Newsome 44, Plant City 20

Jefferson 34, Blake 15

Steinbrenner 48, Palm Harbor University 13

Tampa Bay Tech 51, Strawberry Crest 9

Jesuit 56, King 0

Northside Christian 39, Bishop McLaughlin 7

Mitchell 44, Sickles 28

Lecanto 37, Pasco 0

Sarasota Cardinal Mooney 24, Seffner Christian 6

Braden River 43, Spoto 26

Plant 24, Durant 21

Hillsborough 14, Gaither 7

Ocala Vanguard 33, Springstead 0

Umatilla 44, Central 14

Countryside 55, Fivay 8

Lakeside Christian 30, Winter Haven All Saints’ 18

Zephyrhills 49, Hudson 20

Lakewood Ranch 30, St. Petersburg Catholic 25

East Bay 40, Lennard 18

Nature Coast 49, Weeki Wachee 0

Chamberlain 27, Middleton 8

East Lake 35, Alonso 26

Prime time performers

WR/CB Blake Albritton, Sr., Keswick Christian: Returned a punt 62 yards for a touchdown in a win over Marco Island Academy.

RB Jason Albritton, Sr., Newsome: Ran for 166 yards and five touchdowns on 20 carries in a win over Plant City.

QB Jake Bechtel, Jr., East Lake: Threw for 179 yards and a touchdown in a win over Alonso. 

RB Jaylan Blake, Sr., Wesley Chapel: Ran for 243 yards and three touchdowns on 20 carries in a win over Cypress Creek.

QB Drew Bunn, Jr., Shorecrest: Accounted for 294 yards (272 passing, 22 rushing) and had five touchdowns (four passing, one rushing) in a win over Ocala Christian.

WR Owen Campione, Sr., Sunlake: Had two catches for 75 yards and a touchdown in a loss to Hernando. 

QB Nathan Carter, Jr., East Bay: Accounted for 219 yards (132 rushing, 87 passing) and threw for a touchdown in a win over Lennard.

DB Cyrus Chappell, So., Tampa Catholic: Picked off three passes and returned two for touchdowns in a win over Halifax Academy.

FS Aiden Colston, Sr., Keswick Christian: Recorded a team-high 13 tackles in a win over Marco Island Academy.

RB/DB EJ Crawford, Sr., Plant: Returned a kickoff for a touchdown in a win over Durant.

QB Clinton Danzey, Jr., Plant City: Threw for 225 yards and two touchdowns in a loss to Newsome. 

QB Ethan Fahey, Sr., Nature Coast: Accounted for 232 yards (168 passing, 64 rushing) and five touchdowns (four passing, one rushing) in a win over Weeki Wachee.

ATH Chris Ferrini, Jr., Mitchell: Accounted for 184 yards (130 rushing, 54 passing) and five touchdowns (four rushing, one passing) in a win over Sickles. 

DL Tyler Geary, Sr., Mitchell: Recorded 2 ½ sacks to give him a school record 12 ½ on the season in a win over Sickles. 

RB Jaden Griffin, Sr., Countryside: Ran for 177 yards and four touchdowns on 25 carries in a win over Fivay. 

QB Will Griffin, 8th, Northside Christian: Threw for 303 yards and three touchdowns in a win over Bishop McLaughlin.

LB Conner Gurney, Sr., Seminole: Recorded 13 tackles, including four for loss, in a loss to Northeast.

RB Isaiah Hampton, Jr., Pinellas Park: Ran for 195 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries in a win over Boca Ciega.

QB Gavin Henley, Sr., Lennard: Threw for 190 yards and two touchdowns in a loss to East Bay.

RB Isaiah Hudson, So., Sickles: Ran for 126 yards and a touchdown on four carries in a loss to Mitchell.

RB Kai Huggins, Sr., East Lake: Ran for 75 yards and a touchdown on three carries in a win over Alonso. 

QB D’Angelo Hutchinson, Sr., Northeast: Accounted for 340 yards (204 passing, 136 rushing) and three touchdowns (two passing, one rushing) on offense and picked off two passes on defense in a win over Seminole.

RB Dontrevious Jackson, Sr., Zephyrhills Christian: Ran for 157 yards and three touchdowns on 14 carries in a win over IMG Academy Blue.

WR Terrance Jackson, Sr., Countryside: Had six catches for 107 yards and a touchdown in a win over Fivay. 

ATH Romello Jones, Sr., Newsome: Ran for 114 yards on 14 carries and had a touchdown reception in a loss to Newsome. 

WR/CB Joe Key, Jr., Northside Christian: Had four catches for 119 yards and two touchdowns on offense and picked off a pass on defense in a win over Bishop McLaughlin.

ATH Jaquez Kindell, Jr., Plant: Had six catches for 83 yards, including the game-winning score, and returned a kickoff for a touchdown in a win over Durant.

WR CJ Lee, Sr., Clearwater: Had seven catches for 115 yards and three touchdowns to give him a school record 16 touchdown receptions on the season in a win over Dunedin. 

QB Jack Lennon, Sr., Plant: Threw for 190 yards and a touchdown in a win over Durant. 

RB Brian Lewis, Sr., Hernando: Ran for 131 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries in a win over Sunlake. 

QB Aidan MacLean, Sr., Clearwater: Threw for five touchdowns to set the Pinellas County single-season record for touchdown passes with 32 in a win over Dunedin. 

RB Ke’von Marion, Sr., St. Petersburg Catholic: Ran for 180 yards and two touchdowns on 25 carries in a loss to Lakewood Ranch. 

RB/LB Jorden McCaslin, Sr., Wesley Chapel: Ran for 121 yards and a touchdown on five carries on offense and recorded five tackles on defense in a win over Cypress Creek.

ATH Adrian Miller III, Sr., Zephyrhills Christian: Accounted for 159 yards (92 passing, 67 rushing) and two touchdowns (one passing, one rushing) in a win over IMG Academy Blue. 

QB Marcus Miguele, Jr., Durant: Accounted for 235 yards (120 passing, 115 rushing) and scored three touchdowns on the ground in a loss to Plant. 

WR Ha’Keem Monroe, Sr., Lennard: Had three catches for 56 yards and two touchdowns in a loss to East Bay. 

QB Dylan Nahra, Fr., Countryside: Threw for 211 yards and a touchdown in a win over Fivay.

TE/MLB Brady Nowlan, Jr., Nature Coast: Had six catches for 92 yards and a touchdown on offense and five tackles, a sack and a force fumble on defense in a win over Weeki Wachee.

RB Efrem Only, Sr., Clearwater: Ran for 126 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries in a win over Dunedin.

LB John Owens, Sr., Plant: Recorded 22 tackles, including four for loss, in a win over Durant.

WR David Pomales, Sr., Sickles: Had four catches for 93 yards and two touchdowns in a loss to Mitchell.

WR John Ponder, Sr., Tampa Bay Tech: Had two catches for 88 yards, both of which went for touchdowns, in a win over Strawberry Crest.

QB Jaxon Rivera, Sr., Zephyrhills: Threw for 102 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Hudson.

RB J.C. Roque, Jr., Newsome: Ran for 117 yards and a touchdown on eight carries and had three catches for 35 yards in a win over Plant City.  

WR Jacob Rodriguez, Sr., Dunedin: Had six catches for 89 yards and a touchdown in a loss to Clearwater.

QB Brandon Royal, So., Sickles: Threw for 199 yards and three touchdowns in a loss to Mitchell.

WR Malachi Russell, Jr., Central: Had seven catches for 116 yards and a touchdown in a loss to Umatilla.

RB Lenwood Sapp, Jr., Clearwater Central Catholic: Ran for 177 yards and two touchdowns on 29 carries in a win over Fort Lauderdale Calvary Christian.

WR Eelijah Singleton, Jr., Lennard: Had seven catches for 103 yards in a loss to East Bay.

RB Jaelin Sneed, So., East Bay: Ran for 105 yards and five touchdowns on 17 carries in a win over Lennard.

ATH Justin Stephens, So., Northside Christian: Accounted for 154 yards (81 receiving, 73 rushing) and two touchdowns (one receiving, one rushing) in a win over Bishop McLaughlin.

QB Parker Stinkorb, Jr., Dunedin: Set the school record for passing yards in a season with 1,914 in a loss to Clearwater.

WR/DB Kye Stokes, Sr., Armwood: Returned a fumble for a touchdown and had a game-sealing interception in a win over Wharton.

RB Hunter Sullivan, Sr., Land O’ Lakes: Ran for 106 yards on 13 carries and had a touchdown reception in a win over Osceola. 

DL Vincent Tre, Jr., Cypress Creek: Recorded 10 tackles and a sack in a loss to Wesley Chapel.

ATH Junior Vandeross, Sr., Jesuit: Returned two punts for touchdowns in a win over King. 

DT Zyon Vaughn-Nobles, So., Zephyrhills Christian: Recorded 12 tackles and 2 ½ sacks in a win over IMG Blue Academy.

RB Kirby Vorhees, Sr., Steinbrenner: Accounted for 208 all-purpose yards (103 rushing, 78 punt return, 27 kickoff return) and scored two touchdowns (one rushing, one punt return) in a win over Palm Harbor University. 

QB Xavione Washington, Jr., Tampa Bay Tech: Threw for 229 yards and four touchdowns in a win over Strawberry Crest.

RB/LB Anthony Weaver, Sr., Keswick Christian: Ran for 121 yards and two touchdowns on seven carries and scored on an interception return in a win over Marco Island Academy.

WR Jakari Williams, Sr., Sickles: Had six catches for 89 yards and a touchdown in a loss to Mitchell.

RB Jordan Williams, Sr., Hernando: Ran for 105 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries in a win over Sunlake.  

QB/P Griffin Wiltse, Sr., Steinbrenner: Completed all three of his passes for 117 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Palm Harbor University. 

Up next

Tuesday (Nov. 2)

Wiregrass Ranch at Hernando, 7

Thursday (Nov. 4)

Largo at Northeast, 7

Bishop McLaughlin at Calvary Christian, 7

Pinellas Park at Bradenton Bayshore, 7:30

Tarpon Springs at Hollins, 7:30

Friday (Nov. 5)

Indian Rocks Christian at Southwest Florida Christian, 7

Lakeland Victory Christian at American Collegiate, 7

Countryside at East Lake, 7

St. Petersburg Catholic at Northside Christian, 7

Orangewood Christian at Cambridge Christian, 7

Hernando at Lecanto, 7

Gibbs at St. Petersburg, 7

Orlando Christian Prep at Zephyrhills Christian, 7

Boca Ciega at Clearwater, 7

Land O’ Lakes at Keswick Christian, 7

Plant at Berkeley Prep, 7

Palm Harbor University at Dunedin, 7

Osceola at Seminole, 7

The Villages at River Ridge, 7:30

Spoto at King, 7:30

Nature Coast at Lakeland George Jenkins, 7:30

Mitchell at Wesley Chapel, 7:30

Pasco at Zephyrhills, 7:30

Central at Citrus, 7:30

Armwood at Newsome, 7:30

Wharton at Sickles, 7:30

Plant City at Lennard, 7:30

Tampa Catholic at Jesuit, 7:30

Cypress Creek at Gulf, 7:30

Bradenton Christian at Seffner Christian, 7:30

Strawberry Crest at Leto, 7:30

Tampa Bay Tech at Chamberlain, 7:30

Hillsborough at Bloomingdale, 7:30

Robinson at Brandon, 7:30

Blake at East Bay, 7:30

Alonso at Middleton, 7:30

Clearwater Academy at Palmetto, 7:30

Hudson at Fivay, 7:30

Weeki Wachee at Belleview, 7:30

Bishop Verot at Clearwater Central Catholic, 7:30

Lakeland at Lakewood, 7:30

Riverview at Jefferson, 7:30 

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Friday football forecast — Nov. 26

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Region finals

Class 7A

Wharton (9-2) at Tampa Bay Tech (12-0), 7:30

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Fans’ pick: Tampa Bay Tech (69 percent/49 votes)

Putnam’s prediction: Tampa Bay Tech 21-20

Class 6A

Hillsborough (10-2) at Jesuit (12-0), 7:30

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Fans’ pick: Jesuit (73 percent/52 votes)

Putnam’s prediction: Jesuit 21-7

Class 5A

Sebring (8-3) at Clearwater (11-1), 7:30

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Fans’ pick: Clearwater (76 percent/54 votes)

Putnam’s prediction: Clearwater 28-21

Class 4A

Clewiston (8-2) at Lakewood (10-2), 7:30

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Fans’ pick: Lakewood (89 percent/63 votes)

Putnam’s prediction: Lakewood 22-17

Class 3A

Clearwater Central Catholic (8-3) at Berkeley Prep (10-0), 7:30

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Fans’ pick: Berkeley Prep (75 percent/53 votes)

Putnam’s prediction: Berkeley Prep 28-24

Class 2A

Zephyrhills Christian (9-2) at Orlando Christian Prep (9-1), 7:30

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Fans’ pick: Zephyrhills Christian (58 percent/41 votes)

Putnam’s prediction: Zephyrhills Christian 21-19

Northside Christian (7-2) at Naples First Baptist (9-1), 7:30

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Fans’ pick: Northside Christian (66 percent/47 votes)

Putnam’s prediction: Naples First Baptist 35-21

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Football: Wharton at Tampa Bay Tech preview

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7A region final

Wharton (9-2) at Tampa Bay Tech (12-0), 7:30

This is a rematch from a regular season game the Titans won 21-12. That win not only clinched the district title for Tampa Bay Tech but also helped the program go undefeated in the regular season for the first time. The Titans schedule included nine games against teams that made the playoffs. Playing — and beating — such tough competition is the reason why Tampa Bay Tech earned the top overall seed in 7A based on RPI rankings.  The offense has displayed some nice balance with more than 2,000 yards rushing and passing this season. Quarterback Xavione Washington, a transfer from Tampa Catholic, took over as the starter and had played well down the stretch, throwing for 15 touchdowns and just two interceptions the last seven games. Defensively, the Titans are led up front with a furious pass rush that has recorded 38 sacks this season. The Wildcats are road warriors. They have won all road the past two seasons under coach Mike Williams, including two straight in the playoffs so far to reach the region final. Wharton’s strength is its defense, which has allowed just 93 points all season and has posted four shutouts. Last week, the Wildcats stymied Lehigh’s five-star running back Richard Young, who held to his lowest rushing total of the season. Wharton’s defensive playmakers also have a knack for finding the end zone once they get their hands on the ball. The Wildcats have scored a whopping 12 defensive touchdowns this season (five fumble returns, seven interception returns). 

Stat leaders

CategoryWhartonTampa Bay Tech
Passing yardsCarson Mohler, 947 (10 TDs, 5 INTs)Xavione Washington, 1,932 (19 TDs, 7 INTs)
Rushing yardsArkese Parks, 570 yards (7 TDs)James Evans, 917 yards (14 TDs)
Receiving yardsJason Cornwall, 227 (2 TDs)Greg Gaines III, 741 yards (9 TDs)
TacklesCameron Campbell, 92Ed Gwinn, 78
SacksBooker Pickett Jr., 19Keyon Clark, 15
InterceptionsTwo players tied with four. Two players tied with three.
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Class 6A

Hillsborough (10-2) at Jesuit (12-0), 7:30

This a rematch from a regular season game the Tigers won 28-7. Jesuit has stayed perfect and is now ranked No. 12 in the nation by MaxPreps. Another win and the Tigers will be in the state semifinals for the fourth straight season and the sixth time in the past seven seasons. Defensively, Jesuit has ranked among the best in the state, allowing just 85 points this season and posting six shutouts, including five straight from Oct. 15-Nov. 12. On offense, the Tigers’ Junior Vandeross has turned it up a notch, scoring at least two touchdowns in three of the last four games, including four in last week’s win over Braden River. Since losing to Jesuit, the Terriers have won eight straight. They have had to make adjustments along the way. Starting quarterback Caleb Pierce went down with an injury midway through the season. Shaun Joshi took over and has led Hillsborough to six straight wins. The Terriers also have some balance on offense thanks to depth in the running game. Four players have rushed for more than 400 yards this season. Defensively, Hillsborough has been tough, allowing seven points or less in seven of their past eight games. 

Stat leaders

CategoryHillsboroughJesuit
Passing yardsShaun Joshi, 936 (11 TDs, 4 INTs)Luke Knight, 1,818 (23 TDs, 5 INTs)
Rushing yardsJordaan Bailey, 677 (4 TDs)Joquez Smith, 1,541 (23 TDs)
Receiving yardsJordaan Bailey, 365 (4 TDs)Junior Vandeross, 666 (7 TDs)
TacklesJoeseph Sipp Jr., 111AJ Cottrill, 92
SacksJustin Anderson, 6Wayne Quin, 6
InterceptionsLaterrian Hicks, 4Two players tied with two.
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